Politics of Indignation

Politics of Indignation

This work focuses on contemporary issues within the context of neoliberalism and colonial legacies, while exploring decolonizing  spaces.

Politics of Indignation

This work focuses on contemporary issues within the context of neoliberalism and colonial legacies, while exploring decolonizing  spaces.

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Oct 26, 2012
978-1-78099-536-6

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Public affairs & administration, Social science (general)

Synopsis

Politics of Indignation is a challenging, accessible and exciting book. Not only does it provide a critical analysis of the neoliberal onslaught on public education in many countries including Cuba, Nicaragua and the Arab world, it also offers new insights into the dynamics of control, while demonstrating how and where resistance has succeeded.

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